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will be looking at the effects of the conflict in syria on neighboring lebanon later in this bulletin. israeli forces have killed three palestinians in the northern gaza strip after three other palestinians were killed in an israeli air strike overnight. hundreds of palestinians turned out for funeral processions like this one in gaza city. israel says the three men killed today were trying to plant explosives near the border fence. israel says the militants targeted in the overnight air strike were planning to fire rockets from gaza into israel. >> lufthansa passengers can expect more chaos at the airport. a cabin crew strike scheduled for friday has forced the airline to cancel a majority of its flights. dozens of flights have already been cancelled for today, including long hauls. affected passengers are being notified by e-mail or by text. the union organizing a strike is demanding a 5% pay increase and an end to the use of temporary workers. am staying in europe, leaders in the solar equipment business say today's decision is too little too late -- >> staying in europe. >> the european co
muslims in lebanon are outraged by the movie trailer that has triggered violence and protests across the region. in tripoli, rioters set fire to a fast food restaurant. but supporters gave benedict a warm welcome in lebanon. during the flight from italy, the pope told reporters that he still hopes for peace. >> fundamentalism is always a falsification of religion and is against the essence of religion, which aims at reconciliation and creating the peace of god in the world. >> during the welcoming ceremony at the airport with the lebanese president, the pope said lebanon could set a positive example for the region. >> the famous balance between religions i 11 on and the goodwill of the lebanese people can be a model for the entire region if not for the entire world. >> then, the pope gave a blessing to lebanese government and church officials. >> mr. president, dear friends, i, as a pilgrim of peace to lebanon and as a friend of god and man. god bless you all. then the pope later held mass at st. paul's basilica. tomorrow, he is expected to meet islamic religious leaders. >> for a cl
legs, so to speak? >> all right. holly, fau thank you. appreciate it. the pope, is he in lebanon to speak out against the violence spilling over the border from sear why now. we're going to look at the tensions between christians and muslims throughout the region. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about that 401(k) you picked up back in the '80s. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like a lot of things, the market has changed, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and your plans probably have too. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at charles schwab, we'll give you personalized recommendations tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 on how to reinvest that old 401(k). tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 so talk to chuck tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and bring your old 401(k) into the 21st century. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 rollover your 401(k) or ira and receive up to $600. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 see schwab.com for terms and conditions. >>> mess ajs of piece past against a back drop of violence. the pope visits at a time bh protests are sweeping through the region. in a speech the pope appealed for christians and muslims to rout out fundamentalism. >> translator: times which
an open air mass in leban lebanon. more than 350,000 people traveled from all over the world to attend. helicopters and soldiers patrolled. the pontiff on a three-day trip through lebanon. which has seen increased violence through the conflict in neighboring syria. during his trip, he encouraged peace and religious tolerance in the region. >>> lawyers for the duke and duchess of cambridge head to court tomorrow, trying to prevent what many media outlets are planning to do publish top less pictures of kate middleton. papers in france, italy, and ireland have published the photos. and they are seeking damages against those who first published the pictures. they were taken while the royal couple was on vacation in southern france. they are on a trip across southeast asia. >>> a celebration for the start of hiss panic heritage month, and the animals got building in on the action, a beautiful end to the weekend. but which is worried about a terrible tuesday. more on what you can count on in the week ahead, right after the break. stay wit [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light cream
the prophet muhammad. and the pope arrived in lebanon for the first visit there in 15 years, and he brings a message of peace. it's 7:00 in the morning in washington, 1:00 in the afternoon in paris, and midday here in london, where st. james palace is taking legal advice after a french magazine published topless photos of the duchess of cambridge. in a statement, the palace said that william and kate have been hugely saddened to learn the french publication and a photographer have insided their privacy in such a grotesque and totally unjustifiable manner. the couple is seeking advice from lawyers in france. >> the duke and duchess of cambridge toured a mosque for the first time during their tour of malaysia this morning. this is a largely muslim country with laws on defense a. so the timing of the publication of the topless photos is awkward. >> the magazine, which has published the photo, called "closer," is now on sale on newsstands across france. >> i think it's not normal to photograph this type of thing, this news agent says. she's entitled to a private life. why do journalists take t
east and he begins in lebanon. anti-american protests and led the dawn, police opened fire. lebanese authorities have suspended permits a separate government officials bodyguards and there confiding the pope's visit to a central lebanon and northern christian areas. go for the latest on the violence in the middle east. we also have the dates on facebook and twitter. >> sentenced to 30 years he's admitted hot and with agents as part of the nihon -- of an al qaeda plot. he went so far as to put on what he thought was a bomb-laden dust. he received a lesser term under a plea deal. dodge the old dominion is going to be getting a heavy dose of political attention in the fight for the white house. >> the senior political reporter is in the news room with that. dr. willard the president is going the hold a rally next friday. hail laser-like focus on virginia. both sides really crunching the figures to determine their next move. >> he has gotten us to $16 trillion. >> constantly talking numbers. these new ones present a mathematical challenge. litton pulls and these three king states. florid
to all of the hot spots, lebanon, kuwait, syria, pakistan, iraq and afghanistan where we met during a taliban rocket attack. he knew chris stevens. >> i knew ambassador stevens, chris, almost from the time he joined the foreign service back to 1991. one of the best and brightest he could work washington as well as he could work the hard places in the field. he was in all of them. cairo, damascus, jerusalem and several years in libya. he was brel yant and both at home and bureaucracy and abroad defending our interests yet one of the most good humored easy going unindividuals. many people lost a great diplomat and the libyan people lost a great advocate. >> should we respond with boots on the ground? t it is in response to the terrible act. >> it is a terrible act. we thiwe have to be careful in we respond. what we have to do is work with a living government that quickly denounced this awful crime. wref we have to bring our assets to bear with theirs and we have to track down those who are responsible or whoever this leads. we have to be careful not to react in a kind of way that is g
protect the american diplomatic installations. elsewhere, lebanon, at least one person has been killed after police fired on thousands of protesters in the second largest city in lebanon, tripoli, lebanon. so the violence is spreading. we have reporters throughout this region bringing you the latest. first i want to take you to the sudan. can you get me up to speed on the very latest and specifically the united states embassy the latest we had is that the protests were somewhat peaceful outside of the u.s. embassy not so the british and german embassies. . >> reporter: what we know so far protesters in the hundreds outside of the u.s. embassy. u.s. embassy is on the outskirts of khartoum. is they don't have the large numbers. just at the german embassy. the embassy was essentially on fire. protesters climbed in, jumped down the building. the uk embay the flirkt to the german embassy. >> we're having a hard time hearing you. you have your security concerns as well. i'm going to move on. stay with us and bring us up to date i want to establish a better connection with you and get further
back to the unrest in the muslim and arab world. pope benedict wrapped up a three-day visit to lebanon today, a long-planned trip that was overshadowed by the anti- american protests in the middle east. but the flare-up in violence was just the latest in a series of events and conflicts that have many christians in the middle east uncertain about their future. ray suarez has the story. suarez: thousands turned out throughout lebanon to get a glimpse of the leader of the roman catholic church. while many focused on the pageantry of the visit, the region's problems weren't far away. in tripoli lebanon, one person was killed friday over protests of an anti-islamic film. at least 16 people were killed in sectarian strife in the city, more than 100 injured. over the border in syria, civil war rages on. according to activists, more than 24,000 people have been killed in conflict. nearly a quarter million have become refugees. as strict interpretations of islam have become more widespread across the middle east, christians have continued to leave. while speaking in beirut sunday, the pontiff
. >> eric: pope benedict has aarrived in lebanon. he landed in beirut within the last hour and spoke to people that gathered at the airport. his three-day visit comes at a time of turmoil with the civil war in neighboring syria and the aftermath of the deadly attack at the u.s. consulate in libya. lebanon has the largest number of christians in the area. >> san francisco is bracing for monday the one-year anniversary the occupy wall street movement. members of occupy san francisco plan to stage several demonstrations. it will end with a march set to begin at 5:00 p.m. on cal street. occupy protestors say the movement has been successful stopping some foreclosures. >> wells fargo has come to the table and now they are sitting down and looking at modification process where it can be successful for the homeowner and the bank. >> kristen: monday's day of action begins with a noontime protest at the war memorial building. demonstrations will also take place in the cast volunteer district and at pg&e headquarters on market street. >> eric: we have made it to friday. it's a lavender sort of
attack in lebanon. the german embassy has been stormed for it we will have the latest and look at the impact on fuel prices. in the meantime, stocks are ahead merely a five-year high with the dow up 50 points at the moment. following the fed's aggressive move yesterday. but will it really help our economic recovery. rising gas going up further with this chaos. melissa: and charlie has a story he has been break-in. are the red sox looking for a buyer? who will it be? lori: let's head straight to the floor of the new york stock exchange were knuckled celebes is waiting. reporter: yes, ben bernanke, the chairman yesterday, the dow when the s&p. the dow jones is at its all-time high. i want to take a look at the new york stock exchange. there was a settlement here. the sec is charging nyse it was improper distribution of market data. they sent it out to certain proprietary clients prior to other customers. the fine is $5 million. an undertaking that they will have to hire consultants to review the data. that is the nyse. it is up 2%. talking about the dow. united health care coming
, pope benedict xvi arrived in lebanon friday for a three day visit. against the backdrop of continued demonstrations throughout the muslim world and the fighting in neighboring syria, the vatican called the pope's trip a pilgrimage of peace. the visit to lebanon was organized to deliver a message of encouragement to christians there and to urge them to continue being, quote, builders of peace and agents of reconciliation. benedict planned meetings with local muslim leaders, which many observers hoped could be a positive message of interfaith dialogue and respect amid all the regional turmoil. >>> on the heels of the recent political conventions, evgelil grou are continuing thr efforts to mobilize conservative faith- based voters. many leading evangelicals have promised to put aside theological differences with mitt romney, who is mormon, in order to concentrate on public policy. in washington, thousands of religious conservatives gathered for the annual values voter summit. a parade of top republicans addressed the crowd. one of the keynote speakers was gop vice-presidential candidate
,000 people celebrated mass today with pope benedi benedict in lebanon. he called for peace in syria saying both sides should lay down their arms. it marks the end of the pope's three-day visit to lebanon. >>> hotels, intimate wine tasting, a trip around the world with a wine glass. i'm fine. ♪ ♪ ♪ with a subaru you can always find a way. announcer: love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. ♪ i can do anything ♪ i can do anything today ♪ i can go anywhere ♪ i can go anywhere today ♪ la la la la la la la [ male announcer ] dow solutions help millions of people by helping to make gluten free bread that doesn't taste gluten free. together, the elements of science and the human element can solve anything. solutionism. the new optimism. what a bargain! [ female announcer ] sometimes a good deal turns out to be not such a good deal. but bounty gives you value you can see. in this lab demo, one sheet of bounty leaves this surface cleaner than two sheets of the leading ordinary brand. so you can clean this mess with half as many sheets. bounty has trap and lock technology to soak up
'm in for jenna lee. jon: thank you, jamie. thanks for coming in. also in lebanon the state department issuing a new travel warning for u.s. citizens this morning after hezbollah called for new protests there. in indonesia, protesters attacking police in jakarta and throwing rocks and makeshift bombs outside the u.s. embassy today. in pakistan at least one person killed as hundreds of protesters clash with police for a second day outside the u.s. consulate in karachi. this morning in afghanistan, protesters burning cars and throwing rocks near a u.s. military base in kabul. let's go to conor powell streaming live from kabul. he has very latest. >> reporter: this was not a large protest but certainly was a very violent one. it seemed like a riot rather than a protest. seemed the riot terse were out there to cause damage from the very beginning. they picking up stones, throwing rocks at the police out there. they were setting tires out there. they tried to damage as many cars even police vehicles as they could. even setting a few on fire. it was only 3 or 400 afghans which by protest in afghanis
>> yes because lebanon is a small economy and we have many opportunities for investors who come from abroad. there are many factors to h help lebanoto be like that. first, the banking system. we havave the most famous and important big bankining sysm andd we had this award in 08 during the crisis, our banking system was the safest t one. and we have an award about that. and welso h have $120 billion -- in these -- invested in these banks because it is safe.. around two times the gdp. >> what i was in beruit consumer cononfidence is alive and well. even irecession -- growth the followining year was.2% in beruit. something i just learned whenn i vited you -- i did not know how much the u.s. leads other exporter as exported to lebabanon. the last stisticscs shows we are more than twice the sisize of your next largest, china. but the gap is closing at american exporterso not move toto continue to take advantage of the market. >> yes, our market i very --e have many opportunities. yes, we have thehe problems of syria and the problems s of the tourism, which is ththe main issue for r the
of america are not safe now n lebanon, pro testors broke windows and set fire to iconic businesses such as kfc and hardee's. >> in yemen, four protestors were shot and killed in front of the u.s. embassy. 11 others were injured with 24 policemen. >> and palestinian pro testors burned american flags chanting death to america, death to israel. the leader of hamas called on the obama administration to apologize for the antimuslim film. today the white house asked you tube review innocence of muslims and to determine whether it violates terms of use. >> white house officials say investigators have no evidence the protests have been caused by anything except the film which the obama administration has called reprehensible and disgusting. >> there is condemnation towards that film and there is fear there may be retaliation here at home. >> there is a forum on how to stop bullying in schools is shedding light on harassment some muslim students go through. now there is fear violence in egypt and libya will bring more hatred ice common that when something happens, either in the united state
in lebanon. thounds stormed the embassy. big protests have been scaled back. that, as the fbi warns extremist groups could act stateside. news 4 melissa is here with more. >> the protests continue to grow across the middle east. four arrests have been made in the deaths of four americans earlier this week. several more suspects are under surveillance. now, the u.s. is sending a marine security team into yemen. they are small but violent protests. for the third day, the embassy in cairo is under siege. protesters haven't left the streets, clashing with the military throwing stones and molotov cocktails. erecting a new con treat wall to prevent mobs from getting close. they are mad over a movie made in the u.s. >> the united states government had nothing to do with this video. we absolutely reject its content and message. >> reporter: so far, more than 200 people have been hurt in protests at 11 u.s. compounds, four killed in libya earlier this week. the protesters are a mix of islamic hard liners and huligans. christopher stevens was killed as protesters attacked on tuesday. also killed, sean
to this iranian issue we have been talking about. >> the chain of, the known chain of syria, lebanon, hezbollah, i believe it was the syrian block will be taken from this wall, from this chain, it will influence dramatically over the iranian strength in the middle east, while their ability to use their proxy, the hezbollah real- time or by remote, whenever they want, it will change hezbollah situation in lebanon without having the big ride of the syrian and supporting them on a daily basis. although, based on the assumption that the replacement is completely different replacement, who knows? wanting -- it should be said that the only shia country in the world and hezbollah is a shias organization -- shia organization but a multi religion country like lebanon. as it looks now, most of those who are protesting and fighting the syrian regime, sunnis, so in this respect, i believe that if, not if, when the syrian regime will be replaced, we will see something new. it is going to the better, the same, or worse. in any case it gives you 3% of chance for better. i am looking for this 3% as an option and
as the egyptian president appeals for calm on state television. in lebanon reports of at least one person killed as angry crowds burn american flags there, chanting anti-u.s. slogans and burning american businesses. in the northern lebanese city of tripoli as pope benedict xvi arrives for a three day visit there. in yemen a u.s. marine fast platoon is on the ground to bolster embassy security as yemen any forces fire warning shots and water cannons to keep protesters at bay. visiting the u.s. consulate in benghazi today expressing his sympathy for the killing of ambassador chris stevens there and three other americans earlier this week. we will try to keep a handle on this fast-breaking story as events in the middle east seem to be deteriorating but first right now brand new stories and breaking news. jenna: on that, the situation in the middle east shifting the focus on the campaign trail to foreign policy. governor romney trying to get back to talking about the economy. we're live in the key battleground states he is visiting today. also a guard held hostage at knifepoint for hours at a maximu
in pakistan, lebanon, tunisia, yemen and the sudan. there is no sign of this slowing down. coming up we'll go live to tunisia for the latest on the unrest there. bill: kicked off there over the weekend. first now the attacks are raising questions whether or not u.s. foreign policy is to blame. senator john mccain thinks so, saying that the u.s. is not involved enough in tackling the region's problems. have a listen. >> it's disengagement. prior to 9/11 we had a policy of containment. then after 9/11 it was confrontation with the terrorists and al qaeda. now it is disengagement. every time, you just saw the spokespersons, we're leaving iraq, we're leaving afghanistan, we're leaving the area, the people in the area are having to adjust and they believe the united states is weak and they are taking appropriate action. bill: also over the weekend congressman mike rogers, chairman of the house intelligence committee and former fbi agent echoed that sentiment. >> the countries of middle east believe there is a disengagement policy by the united states and that lack of leadership there or at least c
were coming under attack. in lebanon protesters torched a hardee's and kfc as the remains of the ambassador stevens and three other americans killed in libya arrived back on u.s. soil. the protests in more than a dozen countries. and growing. now, my guest says, civilization itself is under attack. you do have to wonder, the fact that not only is it spreading, but, it is going after major western nations. what is happening? >>guest: well, what we are seeing here, neil, is somewhat of a collapse of the current administration's policy and an extension of that is the major security failure because of the massive uprising in the countries. it is a clash of civilizations. >>neil: what is odd. it is sort of like the arab uprising in reverse. that was hopeful. that was the hope at time. this does not look hopeful. it is more ominous forces have taken over. what do you think? >>guest: well you are dead on and, unfortunately, there are thousands of people we can clearly see who are represents a complete ideological clash in western society. the truth, this is a security nightmare s
to deliver a shot in the arm to the beleaguered christian minority of the middle east, not just lebanon, which has been in decline for a long time, and there's real fear that the land that the christ lived in may one day be empty of christians. in the run up to the trip, it got overtaken by events. now instead of being directed primary at christians, it's at the withhohole world. this is to lift up the face of the middle east, despite the images of violence and chaos we have seen in recent days, there's another story to tell, that there are also places where peaceful coexistence is possible. in effect, i think he's trying to offer a counter narrative, fredricka, to what we have seen spread across the region in recent days. >> how does he do that? how does he try to strike a balance between muslim and christian tensions, especially after what has taken place this week? >> well, the pope is not directly engaged in the events this week, but what he has done in his time on the ground he in lebanon is try in every way possible to send the world images of christians and muslims getting along
calling for religious freedom in the middle east. crowds in lebanon cheered for the pope on the second day of his visit there. the pope praised lebanon as an example of how christians and muslims can work together, marriages between christians and muslims are not uncommon there. but the area has seen violence. there was a protest in tripoli and lebanon. scenes of carnage, in aleppo, syria today. 11 people were killed across the country. at the time, the president met with the envoy to discuss how to end the violence. he accused other nations of funding the terrorism, which he says are responsible for bloodshed. >>> and more rallies in chicago today, by striking teachers, including a march in the streets this afternoon. the two sides reaching a tentative deal, the officials meet tomorrow the put the terms of the re-worked contract to a vote after a week of off school. the parents hope the students will be back in the class monday morning. >>> and quite a day -- a quiet day, i should say. mitt romney and president obama staying close to home. the president mourned four people killed in libya
in baghdad today. pope benedict is calling for religious freedom in the middle east. crowds in lebanon cheered for the pope on the second day of his visit there. ♪ >> the pope praised lebanon as an example how christians and muslims can coexist peacefully. the marriages between the two are not uncommon. the area has seen violence. police called one person yesterday after armed men stormed a restaurant during protests in tripoli. >>> throughout the arab world voices are raised in anger against the united states. but the protests in libya, tunisia, and in egypt today were smaller in size and lower in volume. a mob started to form mere the u.s. embassy in cairo but security forces broke it up. the u.s. made film considered insulting to islam lit a deadly fire among muslim protesters this week. >>> protests are not just happening in the muslim world. sydney, australia, protesters clashed violently with police. look agent the scene, the angry scene outside of the u.s. consul eight, things turned violent when police moved in to push the -- some 300 protesters back. authorities used tear ga
last time before he leaves lebanon and what train he has had so far. he arrived friday while hundreds of people violently protested the u.s. at an protest. he's addressed syrian refugees and told lebanon to be an example co-existence for the middle east. that's because about 40% of country is christian. >>> mohamed is life this morning. what did he say. >> reporter: an open mass was attended by hundreds of thousands of people who gathered to hear pope ben did the 16th. the pope parade for piece and that they would try to force that path. here's more about what the pope had to say about piece and the importance of it in this region. >> translator: our community, brothers and sisters to give this region in the middle east peace and reconciliation so all may live in peace. >> reporter: throughout his visit the pope spoke about he was here as a pilgrim of peace, that he was here as a religious leader not a political leader and tried to stress the purpose of co-existence here in lebanon. this trip comes at a very volatile time with this brutal war in neighboring syria and increasing secre
associated with the video. meantime, the protests continue. [shouting] today in beirut, lebanon knob the leader of the hezbollah terror group called people to keep demonstrating. the protests there appeared peaceful. the diplomats of the u.s. embassy have reportedly started classifying u.s. material as a precaution. tells the associated press there is no eminent threat to that embassy. however, in other areas the violence pressing right up against the gates. in pakistan, u.s. representatives say all americans at the embassy are okay. after protesters fought with police right outside. >> all of our personnel in pakistan are safe and accounted for. we did have protests that were relatively widespread around the country today. however, most of them have been dispersed peacefully. >> shepard: at one point police say hundreds of pakistanis broke through a barricade and made it to the consulate's out oar wall. cops and security forces fought back the demonstrators. medical official says one protester died in the fighting. many say they're angry over anti-islam video. it's frankly impossibl
. >> reporter: but the protests widened. this was iraq, in lebanon symbols of the u.s. got burned at kfc and the hardee's. this was gaza. many egyptians are still furious over that anti-muslim film made in the u.s. and it's not just arab nations. muslims to the east erupted. this was pakistan today. this was bangladesh. these were indian muslims in kashmir. while back in the u.s., republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan blamed president obama. >> what we do not see is steady consistent american leadership. that is what keeps the peace. and that is what we will have in a romney/ryan administration. >> reporter: team obama called that an attempt to score political points. >> both factually wrong, and poorly timed. now is the time when americans should be coming together. >> reporter: as many in the muslim world are coming together against america. >>> breaking news now that might be related to the movie, muslim protests in afghanistan. there's a report just coming out now of the death of two u.s. marines after a fire fight at a nato base in southern afghanistan. apparently with th
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